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07-19-2006, 09:18 PM
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OT - police in Montreal

I saw 5 police cars catching speeding on Decaire tonight around 8:50pm. And when I saw them, they got 2 cars already.
Guess they may be on a program for catching speeding for a week or 2. So drivers beware.

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07-19-2006, 09:19 PM
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I saw 5 police cars catching speeding on Decaire tonight around 8:50pm. And when I saw them, they got 2 cars around.
Guess they may be on a program for catching speeding for a week or 2. So drivers beware.
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summer vacation... people are happy... too happy in their opinion... they want to take the hype down...

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There's always increased speed traps during the Construction Holiday, due to people driving 195 km/h down the Decarie just to catch up with the traffic jam.

I love speed, but some of these people are just moronic.

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07-20-2006, 01:21 PM
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didn't they hired a lot of cops only to check out speeding and driving infraction this year ? they already handed out more tickets up now then in all 2005... so I guess they'll be doing these kind of operations often at different places

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In all honesty, I don't think I've ever seen a single police car on Decarie unless it was assisting an accident. Although, my cousin got an 850$ ticket on Decarie comming home from a club. Good thing for me I took Park Ave home instead of the hwy that night

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In all honesty, I don't think I've ever seen a single police car on Decarie unless it was assisting an accident. Although, my cousin got an 850$ ticket on Decarie comming home from a club. Good thing for me I took Park Ave home instead of the hwy that night
I always take Park Ave to get home from DT. It's much faster!

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They've got tons of speed traps set up everywhere

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I always take Park Ave to get home from DT. It's much faster!
It's Avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.

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It's Avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.
I disagree.

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07-20-2006, 04:04 PM
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There's nothing to disagree about. It's called avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.

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There's nothing to disagree about. It's called avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.
You can call it whatever you want. Call it Calle del Parco for all I care.

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07-20-2006, 04:08 PM
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I'm just ribbing you. Since you don't want the streets in TMR to have a french name, I won't allow the streets in the rest of MTL to have english names.

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I go to summer school and its have always 2 police when the day finish with they ticket paper who wait than someone do something wrong

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I'm just ribbing you. Since you don't want the streets in TMR to have a french name, I won't allow the streets in the rest of MTL to have english names.
I never said I didn't want the streets in TMR to have French names. I said I wanted them to be the way they were before: bilingual.

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I'm just ribbing you even more by intentionally misrepresenting your opinion.

Look man, if you want to live in your little anglo fortress, fine, but don't start imposing your anti-french nonsense on the rest of Québec

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Well, I've lived many places in North America, and nobody compares to the aggressiveness of Quebec drivers except Detroit drivers and New York cabbies, though I have noticed an improvement.

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I'm just ribbing you even more by intentionally misrepresenting your opinion.

Look man, if you want to live in your little anglo fortress, fine, but don't start imposing your anti-french nonsense on the rest of Québec
Are they building Anglo fortresses now?

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I'm just ribbing you even more by intentionally misrepresenting your opinion.

Look man, if you want to live in your little anglo fortress, fine, but don't start imposing your anti-french nonsense on the rest of Québec
What?

Bilingual is anti-French?

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07-20-2006, 04:27 PM
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Are they building Anglo fortresses now?
tat,s what waffledave wants

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tat,s what waffledave wants
Does it bother you that I call it "Mountain street" too?

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Yes, because even anglos call it 'rooh duh luh mon-tang'

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It's Avenue du Parc, not Park avenue.
Park avenue sounds wealthier.

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07-20-2006, 06:52 PM
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Maybe in New York.

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Park avenue sounds wealthier.
True.

As far as I'm concerned Montreal never had avenue du Parc. It does not pass the spell check even.

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